December 2019 eNewsletter - FiRELiNK


Welcome to the December edition of the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service e-Newsletter.

Have your say on our draft plans for 2020/2024


Cheshire Fire Authority has published its draft Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) covering the period from 2020 to 2024. 

The plan provides information on the risks facing Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service and details how the organisation is structured and operates to mitigate these risks. It also details how Cheshire Fire Authority is funded and outlines plans over the next four years. Have your say by filling out a short survey on our website.

Find out more - Read our draft plans for 2020/2020 and have your say

Review of 2019

Fire at a supported living complex in Crewe

We've had a busy year across the Service, and as 2019 draws to a close we take a look back at some of the work we've done over the past year.

Watch our video review of 2019

Christmas safety

Santa climbing into a fire engine

Give Santa a helping hand this Christmas by following his Christmas safety tips. Many of the things we enjoy during this festive period, such as the fairy lights, candles, paper hats and decorations, can all be fire hazards when proper care is not taken.

Find out more - 12 days of Christmas - fire safety tips

Don't drink and drive

Santa offering road safety tips to a motorist in a car

The annual Christmas Drink Drive crackdown in Cheshire has been launched with a warning to motorists for the festive period.

The key message to drivers is: If you are driving don't drink! If you plan to have a drink this Christmas, please leave your car at home.

Find out more - Don't drink and drive

Safety Central now has even more in store for visitors

Safety Central now has even more in store for visitors

Lifeskills education at our award-winning learning centre has become even more interactive thanks to a generous early Christmas present from a major national retailer.

Working with its construction partners, the Co-op has installed a realistic new mock convenience store at Safety Central in Lymm.

It will be used to teach thousands of schoolchildren, young people and community groups about a range of important safety and lifestyle issues, including healthy eating, food labelling, age restrictions on certain products and the impact and implications of shoplifting and anti-social behaviour.

The investment of over £30,000 has created a lifelike set featuring shop fittings, signage, a counter and a working till that you would expect to find in a real Co-op store.

Find out more - Safety Central now has even more in store for visitors thanks to major national retailer

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Last updated: Friday 20 December 2019

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Safety Central now has even more in store for visitors